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Lose the Lawn

Run by Middlebrook Gardens, Lose the Lawn’s goal is to replace water-wasting lawns with native gardens. Provides resources and information about the benefits of losing your lawn for a more water-efficient garden.

H2ouse provides information on why and how to conserve water. Click on the map provided and see what you can do to conserve water throughout your house! Also provides a Garden Guide on how to conserve water in your garden and a landscape page for your front and backyards.

Save Our Water

Save Our Water offers tips and information to Californians on conserving water. Includes a kid-friendly page designed for children on how to conserve water.


WaterSense is a program of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that helps people save water with a product label and provides tips for saving water around the house. Products carrying the WaterSense label perform well, help save money, and encourage innovation in manufacturing.

Greywater Action

Greywater Action is a collaborative group of educators, designers, builders, and artists who educate and empower people to build sustainable water culture and infrastructure. Greywater is water from bathroom sinks, showers, tubs, and washing machines and is a safe and beneficial source of irrigation water for yards. There are many simple, economical ways to reuse greywater in the landscape. 

Water Saving Hero

Do you want to be a hero? Well, you can at! Visit the site on tips about how to save water at work, outdoors, home and more. You can even submit your story on how you are a water saving hero!

BAWSCA (Bay Area Water Supply & Conservation Agency)

Want to know about our water supply in the Bay Area and where it comes from? Go to BAWSCA and find out the latest in the recent news section. BAWSCA aims to ensure a reliable, high-quality water supply at a fair price.

CUWCC (California Urban Water Conservation Council)

CUWCC is a partnership of urban water agencies, public interest organizations, and private entities to instill the Best Management Practices into the planning and management of California’s water. The site provides products, books, information, and news—all for the benefit of helping you maintain water.